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1946 



STAGE COACH 






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Saint Marys School and Junior College 

Raleigh North Carolina 



Dedication 



TO THE SAINT MARY'S STUDENT 

Because she has shown that she is capable of being a good school citizen; by 
her earnest participation in worship, self government, study, the arts, sports, 
and pleasant relaxation; and thus in time to come, she may be a good world 
citizen 

WE DEDICATE THE 1946 STAGE COACH. 

Jane Campbell, Editor 

Fabian Wadsworth, Business Manager 



ORDER OF 
THE BOOK 



Administration 

Classes 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Features 







JShm 



HERE SHE BEGINS HER DAY 




THE CENTER OF HER ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 












HERE— HER CONCERTS, PLAYS AND ASSEMBLIES 



fS • 




HER BOOKS, PAINTS, TEST TUBES ARE WITHIN 




ADMINISTRATION 





Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, B.S., M.A. 

President, 1932—1946 



In appreciation of all that she has meant to Saint Mary's 
and to Saint Mary's girls throughout the years of her presi- 
dency, the student body of this year and every year extends 
thanks and affection to Mrs. Cruikshank. 




The Rev. Mr. I. Harding Hughes, A.B., B.D. 

Sunday night parties in the Chaplain's home 
are a typical indication of Mr. Hughes* cor- 
diality and interest in being both friend and 
adviser to Saint Mary's girls. 






Elliot Frost Stoughton, A.B., M.C.S. 

Business Manager 

Saint Mary's new recreation room is charac- 
teristic of Mr. Stoughton in his understanding, 
his enthusiastic and progressive plans for the 
school. 




SAINT MARY'S 



Annie Ruth Lineberry, A.B., M.A. 
Mathematics 

William Conrad Guess,. A.B., M.A. 
History. Social Science 

Margaret Ruth Duckett. A.B.. M.A. 
English 



Elizabeth Gordon Tucker 
Secretary to the President 

Charles Albert Petigru Moore 

A.B.. M.A. 

English 

Sally Digges. A.B., M.A. 
Spanish, French 

Mabel Margaret Morrison 

A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. 

Latin, History 



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Elizabeth Bason. A.B.. M.A. 
Home Economics 

Fi ORENCE Cathaline Davis. B.O. 
Expression 

Fannie Rosa Harmon. A.B.. M.A. 
Biology, Hygiene 




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FACULTY 



Mrs. Theodore Patrick. Jr.. A.B. 
Latin. Bible 

Robert F. Brand. A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 
German, Spanish, Histroy 

Mrs. Leroy Smith. A.B.. M.A. 
French, Spanish 

John Wesley Morgan. A.B.. M.A. 
Chemistry 



Mary Lane Siler, B.S. 
Assistant Dietitian 

Mrs. William Conr*d Guess, B.S. 
Dancing. Physical Education 

Anna Graham. B.S. 
Physical Education 





Standing: 

Donald Peery. Mus.B. 
Piano 

Gerai.dine Spinks Gate. A.B.. Mus.B.. M.A. 

Piano 

Seated : 

Mary Ruth Haic. B.S. 

Piano 

Russell Broughton, Mus.M., F.A.G.O. 

Director Organ. Piano. Harmony. History 
of Music 

Janice Bennett Fitzgerald, A.B. 
Piano 




FACULTY 

Julia Jordan 
Secretary 

Bessie Burkhead Brown 
Secretary of the Book Store 

Mary Lewis Sasser 

Secretary 

Frances Vann 

Assistant Secretary 

Margaret Downey Hopkins, A.B. 
Alumnae Secretary 



Mrs. Nannie Raskins Marriott 
Dietitian 

Mrs. Walter Simpson 
Housekeeper 

Mrs. Lola Brodie Naylor, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



Mrs. James Kilford Neely 
Assistant Librarian 

Mrs. Harlan Craig Brown. A.B., M.A. 
Librarian 

Katharine Morris 
Art and Art History 

Mrs. William Boles. B.S. 
Com m ercial Su bjects 

Mary Elizabeth Blount 
Commercial Subjects 

Not photographed: Doris Sharpe. A.B.. 
M.A.. English. History: Mrs. Russell 
Broughton, A.B.. M.A., French, Mathe- 
matics; Mrs. Hugh McLeod. Hostess: Dr. 
Hubert Benbury Haywood. Jr., School 
Physician. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 




Seated: Dawson, Fulton. Standing: Guion, DesChamps, Parker, Johnson. 



KATHRYN FULTON 



Kathryn meets the twenty-four-hour-a-day demands of her office as President of 
Student Government with unfailing cheerfulness, understanding, and thoroughness. 



PO!\CIE DAWSON 



Additional proof that the best things come in small packages is the amazing energy 
and efficiency with which vivacious Poncie solves the problems of dorm life, as 
Chairman of the Hall Council. 



CAROLYN DESCHAMPS 



In spite of a deceivingly mischievous gleam in her eye. Carolyn's activities as vice 
president of the Student Government do much to bring the organization and the girls 
together. 



JANE LEE PARKER 



With soft words and winning smile, Jane Lee carries out well her duties as leader of 
the day students. 



EMMA KATIE GUION 



Hall Council Secretary. Emma Katie, manages the tedious yet essential records of 
this body, and makes the girls like it. 



KATE JOHNSON 



Careful and conscientious, Kate is the model student government secretary. 




Front row; Johnson, Fulton. DesChamps. Little. Back row: Flanders Swindell, Hines, L. P.. Wellons. Hinkle. 



THE HONOR COUNCIL 

Forcefully yet with complete simplicity, this supreme court functions as the backbone of our student 
government. The personal integrity of the members of this body embodies to every girl the spirit behind 
the law. Their wise and understanding enforcement of regulations makes a system of self responsibility 
and honor possible at Saint Mary's. 



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THE HALL COUNCIL 

The Hall Council, the guiding hands in our day-to-day activities, is the organization upon which the 
burden of our recent innovations in student government has fallen. In attempting, little by little, to 
build a system of true self government, we have this year placed the regulation of our dorm life almost 
wholly in the hands of these girls. They have taken up the responsibility, and with firm but friendly tactics 
steered the new system successfully through its maiden voyage. 



Seated: James. Gurley, Boyce. Guion. l.iltle. Dawson, chairman ; Lee. Martin. Redwine. \ ance. Slater. Hines. L. P. Standing: Billings 
Campbell, Miss Hopkins, adviser; Royall. Chappell, Williams. F.. Walkins. Mardre, Buchanan. Fulton. Pinekney. Baskeivill. DesChamps 
Clinard. !\ot photographed : Elliott. 




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THE LEGISLATIVE BODY 

The Legislative Body, unique in that it is the sole school organization in which every student has a 
voice, is the medium through which each girl can contribute toward meeting the needs and furthering the 
growth of her government. This Congress, which receives, considers, and judges petitions, makes possible 
the direct influence of each girl on the system which regulates her behavior. To its members fall the difficult 
tasks of foreseeing the possible value and suitability of each request. Their discretion and fair judgment 
enable us to maintain an effective yet progressive student government at Saint Mary's. 




Front row: Dawson. Marclre. Swindell, student chairman; Miss Duckett, faculty chairman; Dean, DesChamps. McLaughlin. Back rozv: 
Miss Hopkins, Roberts, J., Chappell, Yorke, Conger, Eppes, Buchanan, Fulton, Wicker, Parker. Not photographed : Miss Davis, Miss 
Digges, Miss Tucker, Miss Sharp. 



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CLASSES 




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Thomas, Watkins, Chappell, Baskervill, Everett. 



MILDRED CHAPPELL 
President 

SPOT BASKERVILL 
Vice President 

SUE THOMAS 
Secretary 

AMIE WATKINS 
Treasurer 

SL'E EVERETT 
Chairman, Assembly Program 



Seniors 




Plan* for carrying out long cherished ideals of self 
government, formulated in the spring of the Junior year, 
were adopted this fall. In hope of creating an atmos- 
phere of better understanding among the girls, the seniors 
this year have taken an active part in the regulation of 
student life. Individually and as a class, they have 
devoted this year to the success of this experiment in 
student government. Now. no longer in the experimental 
stage, these innovations have become a basis for the 
realization of present and future ideals at Saint Mary's. 



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FLORA MARGARET ALLRED 

Raleigh 

complexion, art splashes, "dead attractive,'' brains 
Art Certificate; Mu. 



CHARLOTTE DAUGHTERY ANDREWS 
Suffolk, \ irginia 

"Blondie," Bill, athletics. Virginia Beach 

Student Chairman. Legislative Body 46; Vice President, Mu's 46; 
Political Science Club 46; Altar Guild 46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46; Orchesis 
45, 46; Hall Council 46; Mu. 



HELEN AUGUSTA BARNES 



Murf 



reesboro 



figure, drawl, phone calls, smiling eyes 

Dance Marshal 45. 46; Granddaughters' Club 45. \ ice President 46; 
Stage Coach 45, 46; Belles 45. 46: Woman's Auxiliary 46; Political 
Science Club 46; Hockey all-star 46; Mu. 



MARY SPOTTSWOOD BASKERVILL 

Warrenton 

originality, elf-hair, Sarah, Publication Room Walls 

Vice President. Senior Class 46; Treasurer. Political Science Club 
46; Stage Coach 44, 45, Art Editor 46; Letter Club 45, 46; Swim- 
ming all-star 45; Swimming Club 45, 46; Art Certificate; Sigma. 





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MARY GOODSON BILLINGS 

Morganton 

Jim and Gilbert. Espanol, music, airplanes 

President. Doctors' Daughters' Club 46; Treasurer, Junior Class 
45; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 45, Secretary 46; Hall Council 
46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46; Music Certificate; Mu. 



ESTELLE NORMAN BOYCE 
Warrenton 

"Dooh" scarves, Holt piano, tall and blond 

Marshal 46; Dance Marshal 45; Hall Council 46; Bowling Manager 
45; Belles 45, 46; Stage Coach 46; Woman's Auxiliary 45, 46; 
Political Science Club 46; French Club 45. 46; Sigma. 



SARAH BELLE BUCHANAN 

Hendersonville 

gaiety, cross word puzzles, "Spot," I eading man 

President. Dramatic Club 46: Vice President, Y.W.C.A. 46; Legisla- 
tive Body 46; Hall Council 46; Orchesis 46; Political Science Club 
46; Mu. 



JANE HEINKING CAMPBELL 
Atlanta. Georgia 

ideas, cashmere sweaters. Stage Coach, abstract art 

Editor, Stage Coach 46; Circle 45, Secretary 46; Legislative Body 
45; Nominating Committee 45, 46; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 
45, 46; Hall Council 46; Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46; Altar Guild 46; 
Political Science Club 46; Art Certificate; Sigma. 



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HELENE HICKSON CARPENTER 

Florence, South Carolina 

(haul, field jacket. "Mis-ter Mo-wah" Hendersonville 

Dramatic- Club 45. 46; Altar Guild 46; Political Science Club 46; 
Y.W.C.A. 46; Mu. 



MILDRED KEEN CHAPPELE 
Richmond, Virginia 

school spirit, "shore," "W il and Mil," glen plaids 

President. Senior Class 46; President. Y.W.C.A. 46, Vice President 
45; Legislative Body 46; Hall Council 46; Letter Club 45, 46; 
Orchesis 45, 46; Political Science Club 46; Swimming all-star 45; 
Senior Life Saving 45; Swimming Club 45. 46; Mu. 



ELIZABETH ANN CLTNARD 

Winston -Salem 
Chapel Hill. Vogue, broken nose. Christmas Cookies 

Marshal 46: Circle 46; Dance Marshal 46; Hall Council 46; Y.W.C.A. 

45. 46; Orchesis 46; Political Science Club 46; Sigma. 




FLORENCE LATHAM DAWSON 

Cramerton 

sparkle, pint-size, frankness, intellect 

Chairman. Hall Council 46; Circle 45, 46; Secretary, Junior Class 
45; Legislative Bodv 46: E.A.P. Literarv Society 45. 46: Choir 45: 
Belles 46; Letter Club 45, 46; Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46: Altar 
Guild 46; Hockev all-star 45. 46: Basketball all-star 45; Sigma. 




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NINA MAE DEBERRY 
Halifax 

easy-going. Lucy, jeans, doll-face 

Vice President. Sigma's 46: Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46; French Club 
45. Secretary 46; Political Science Club 45, 46; Belles 46; Stage 
Coach 46: Basketball, all-star 45, 46; Hockey, all-star 46; Letter 
Club 46; Sigma. 



CAROLYN WAYNE DESCHAMPS 

Spartanburg. South Carolina 

black eyes, water colors, amiability, laughter 

Vice President. Student Body 46; Circle 46; Legislative Body 46; 
Letter Club 45. 46; Hall Council 46; Hockey, all-star 45. 46. captain 
46; Winner Badminton 45; French Club 46; Political Science Club 
46; Honor Council 46; Altar Guild 46; Art Certificate; Mu. 



SALLY ANN ELLIOTT 
Washington 

giggles vs. brains, but, Mr. Moore, ability, Ace 

Editor. Belles 46, Staff 45; Dance Marshal 45; Woman's Auxiliary 
45. 16: Hall Council 46; Circle 46; French Club 46; Altar Guild 46; 
Mu. 



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SUE BAKER EVERETT 

Palmyra 

"assembly dismissed,'' State 'n Wake Forest 



Chairman. Assembly 46; President. Mu's 46; Vice President, Politi- 
cal Science Club 46; Glee Club 46; Altar Guild 46; French Club 46; 
Manager. Basketball 46; Woman's Auxiliary 46; Manager, Swim- 
ming Team 45; Choir 44; Belles 43; Kick Ball, all-star 43; Volley 
Ball, all-star 44, 45; Mu. 



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NANCY KATHRYN FULTON 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Virginia Beach, angora sweaters, springy curls, laughter 

President, Student Body 46; Circle 4-5, 46; Honor Council 45, 46; 
Hall Council 46; Legislative Body 46; Choir 45; French Club 45, 46; 
Volley Ball, all-star 45; Orchesis 45. 46; Letter Club 45. 46; Cir- 
culation Staff. Belles 45; Sigma. 



EMMA CHRISTINE GRAY 
Winston-Salem 

"Camels," soft voice, political science. Roaring Gap 

President, Political Science Club 46; Altar Guild 46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 
Council 46: Circulation Staff, Belles 46; Mu. 



EMMA KATIE GITON 
New Bern 

"Katie." torchlight, soft-spoken, dignity 

Circle 45, President 46; Secretary, Hall Council 46; Circulation 
Manager. Belles 46; Altar Guild 46; French Club 45. 46; Nominat- 
ing Committee 45; Woman's Auxiliary 46; Sigma. 



HARRIET GURLEY 
Goldsboro 

"3rd floor chillun," G.M.A., letters, tennis 

Secretary-Treasurer. E.A.P. Literary Society 46; Hall Council 46; 
Belles 45, 46; Tennis, all-star 45; Softball, all-star 45; Letter Club 
45, 46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46; Dramatic Club 45; Political Science Club 
46: Mu. 







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EDITH FRIZELL HAMILTON 

Dillon, South Carolina 

icings, bangs. Jap trophies, jitterbug 

Business Staff, Stage Coach 46; Belles 46; Political Science Club 
45. 46; French Club 46; Woman's Auxiliary 46; Circulation Staff, 
Belles 46; Hall Council 45; Mu. 




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BEVERLY JUNE HANCOCK 
High Point 

sailors 'n Great Lakes, brunette, photogenic. High Point dancing 

Marshal 46; YAV.C.A. 45. 46; French Club 46: Circulation Staff, 
Belles 46; Political Science Club 46: Sigma. 



ELIZABETH PRICE HINES 
Roanoke Rapids 

Orchesis. Lib 7 n Lib, butterfly pins, pictures 

Treasurer. Circle 46; President. Orchesis 46; Hall Council 46; 
Y.W.C.A. 46; Honor Council 46; Belles 46; Granddaughters' Club 
45. 46; Dramatics Club 45; Mu. 



CHARLOTTE LOU HOFFMANN 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Tech, statuesque, blondness, short stories 

Dance Marshal 46: Bowling, all-star 46; Program Chairman, E.A.P. 
Literary Society 16: Bulletin Staff 46; Circulation Staff. Belles 46; 
Y.W.C.A. 46; Dramatic Club 45, 46; Sigma. 



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MARY HELEX JAMES 
Wilson 

Beauty, southern belle charm, chapel lines, bridge 

Chief Marshal 46; Hall Council 16: Dramatic Club 45; Political 
Science Club 46; Y.W.C.A. 45, 46; Sigma. 



SARA ELIZA LEE 
Goldsboro 

Vivid. Sallie. popularity, "peon 

Marshal 46; Circle 46; Hall Council 46; President, Junior Class 45; 
Legislative Body 45: Letter Club 46; Hockey, all-star 45; 
Basketball, all-star 46; Altar Guild 46; Political Science 46; Senior 
Life Saving 46; Sigma. 



ANN ELIZABETH LEWIS 

Petersburg, Virginia 

Wake Forest, naivete, green eyes, //loudness 

Vice President. Doctors Daughters' Club 46: Swimming Club 45; 
Political Science 46; Dramatic Club 46; Circulation Staff. Belles 
46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46; Photography Staff, Stace Coach 46; Sigma. 



SARAH DABNEY LITTLE 

Wadesboro 

"Sarey" sincerity, calmness, men 

Honor Council 46; Circle 46; Treasurer, Dramatic Club 46: Hall 
Council 46: Woman's Auxiliary 45; Secretary. Council 46; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Societv 46; Choir 45; Orchesis 46: Belles 45. 46; 
St\ge Coach 45. 46; Art Certificate; Sigma. 





MARGARET NEWMAN MARTIN 
Roanoke Rapids 

coloring, marshaling, Vade Mecum, V.M.I. 

Marshal 46: President. Glee Club 46; Letter Club 45. 46; Basket- 
ball, all-star 45; Tennis, all-star 45; Swimming Club 46; Co- 
chairman. Hall Council 46; Belles 45, 46; Woman's Auxiliary Coun- 
cil 46; Sextette 45, 46; Swimming, all-star 45; Choir 45; Political 
Science Club 46; Mu. 



BEVERLY SANDERS MORRISON 
New Bern 

Charleston, modern dance. Marines, Mary 

Orchesis 45. Secretary 46; Woman's Auxilairy 45, 46; Political 
Science Club 46; Mu. 



MARY LOUISE MOULTON 

New Bern 

pelite, "hold it please.'' tiny fur coat. Beverly 

Photography Editor. Stage Coach 46; Letter Club 46; Hockey, 
all-star 46; Volley Ball, all-star 15; Acolyte 46; Orchesis 45, 46; 
French Club 45. 46; Sigma Pi Alpha 46; Granddaughters' Club 
45. 46; Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46; Political Science Club 46; Sigma. 



LETHIA TRAYLOR NICHOLS 
Richmond. \ irginia 

knitting, horsewoman, Washington, drawl 

Political Science Club 46; Woman's Auxiliary 46; Transfer from 
Marjorie Webster Junior College; Mu. 



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JANE LEE PARKER 
Raleigh 

"pepsodent smile," clothes, Senior Dance party, week-ends 

President, Day Students 46; Letter Club 45, 46; Vice President, 
Swimming Club 45; Swimming, all-star 45; Tennis, all-star 45; 
Senior Life Saving 45; Glee Club 45; Mu. 



MARY BULL PINCKNEY 
Columbia, South Carolina 

appetite, ''Humphry," fascinating fiction. Powers figure 

Editor, Bulletin 46; Hall President 45; Hall Council 46; Belles 45. 
46; E.A.P. Literary Society, Secretary 45, Vice President 46; 
Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46; Political Science Club 46; Sigma. 



EUGENIA ANNE PROTHRO 

Manning. South Carolina 

"hyeah" absent-mindedness. "Bo."' peanuts 

Sigma Pi Alpha 45. 46; French Club 45. Vice President 46; Political 
Science Club 46; Belles 45. 46; Bulletin 45. 46; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46: 

Music Certificate; Sigma. 



LOULA EUSTIS ROGERS 
Birmingham. Alabama 

"Jesting?" magnolia petal complexion, wit, "promptness" 

Orchesis 46; Glee Club 46; Political Science Club 46: Belles 45, 46; 
Woman's Auxiliary 45, 46; Mu. 







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KATHERINE WADDELL ROYALL 

Goldsboro 

Teenie, army rooter, ''the Voice," enthusiasm 

President. Woman's Auxiliary 46; Circle 46; Crucifer 46; Cantor 46; 
President. Sigma's 46; Sigma Cheer Leader 45; Vice President. 
Junior Class 45; Glee Club 45. 46; Choir 45, 46: Hall President 
45; Hall Council 46; Granddaughters' Club 45. 46; Letter Club 
45. 46; Swimming Club 45, 46; Woman's Auxiliary Council 45; 
Sextette 46; Orchesis 46; Political Science Club 46; Hockey, all-star 
45; Senior Life Saving, all-star 45; Altar Guild 46; Music Certifi- 
cate; Sigma. 



MARY GLEN SLATER 
\^ ilson 

dependability. Prothro, dazzling smile, neatness 

Hall Council 46: Hall Vice President 45; Chief Dance Marshal 46; 
Managing Editor. Belles 46; Sigma Cheer Leader 45, 46; Grand- 
daughters' Club 45, 46; Orchesis. all-star 45; Y.W.C.A. 45. 46: 
Altar Guild 46; Sigma. 



MARY WILLIS SLEDGE 
Ada. Oklahoma 

oil wells, encyclopedia. State Math, Oklahoma 

President. Altar Guild 46; Political Science Club 46; Woman's 
Auxiliary 45. 46; Dramatic Club 45: Mu. 



BETTY SMITH 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Wee. "1 hate it." wrinkles, Birmingham Hop 

Vice President. Mil's 46; Mu Cheer Leader 46; Hockey, all-star 46; 
Political Science Club 46; Y.W.C.A. 46; Mu. 



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BETTY SUE TAYLOE 
Live Oak, Florida 

A's, University of Florida, naps, efficiency 

Choir 45, 46; Political Science Club 46; Woman's Auxiliary 45, 46; 
Stage Coach 46; Acolyte 46; Dramatic Club 45; Ma. 



SUE MURPHREE THOMAS 
Atlanta. Georgia 

library. Kappa Sig, "Oh rilly?" slimness 

Secretary, Senior Class 46; Orchesis 45, 46; Belles 46; Stage Coach 
46; Y.W.C.A. Council 46; Political Science Club 46; Sigma. 



LULU HALL VANCE 
Winston-Salem 

Sigma Nu, Lady, blushes, sweetness 

Hall Council 46; Circulation Staff, Belles 46; Orchesis 46; Woman's 
Auxiliary 46; Dramatic Club 45, 46; Glee Club 45; Choir 45; Sigma. 



MARTHA VAN PATTEN 
Richmond, Virginia 

Virginia Beach, cats, ''energy?" Smitty 

Political Science Club 46; Altar Guild 46; Woman's Auxiliary 46; 
Mu. 








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FABIAN WADSWORTH 

Raleigh 

Faye. hairdo's, baby talk, "ad — ing" 

Business Manager, Stage Coach 46; President, E.A.P. Literary 
Society 46; Sigma Pi Alpha 46; Bowling, all-star 46; Senior Life 
Savins 46; Mu. 



AMIE CHEATHAM WATKINS 
Henderson 

mail n male, new pictures, zoot suit, records 

Treasurer. Senior Class 46; Hall Council 46; Belles 45. 46; Bulletin 
45, 46; Stage Coach 45, 46; Granddaughters' Club 45, Secretary- 
Treasurer 46; \.W.C.A. 45, Secretary-Treasurer 46; Manager, Mu 
Basketball 45; French Club 46; Political Science Club 46; Dramatic 
Club 46; Mu. 



MARY ELLEN WELLONS 

Raleigh 



"Dusty," Slate Cheer Leader, Flame, jivt 



talk 



Honor Council 46; Letter Club 45, 46; Belles 46; Basketball Manager 
45; Bowling, all-star 45. 46: Soft Ball, all-star 45; Political Science 
Club 46; Advertising Staff. Stage Coach 45; Art Certificate; Mu. 



JEAN GARLAND WILSON 
Hopewell, Virginia 

Jeanie, Hope — well, "Atom,'' Time 

Business Staff. Stage Coach 46; Belles 46; Woman's Auxiliary 46; 
Political Science Club 46; Doctors' Daughters' Club 45, Secretary 46; 
Mu. 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



CAROLYN DESCHAMPS 

Sportsmanship 

MILDRED CHAPPELL 

School Spirit 

KATHERINE ROYALL 

Athletics 



LIB PRICE HINES 
Dependability 

KATHRYN FULTON 

Charm 

EMMA KATIE GUION 
Intellect 



MARY HELEN JAMES 
Beauty 

JANE CAMPBELL 
J ersatility 

SALLIE LEE 

Friendliness 



LIB CLINARD 
Style 

BETTY SMITH 
Wit 

SPOT BASKERVILL 

Originality 



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SENIORS 



Man o' War? . . . Waiting for the Strop . . Saturday fun . . . Miss S. D. L. . . . 
Repose . . . Waiting? . . . Don't fence us in . . . What's at 8871? . . . Mr. 
Anthony. I have a problem . . . Sn cm mates . . . Smiles . . . Harriet . . . Pals . . . 
Boots and bottles . . . Sarali B*s bonnet . . . the Peons pose . . . Sunday 1:00 . . . 
Joan . . . Brr-r-r . . . Ann waits. 



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SENIORS 



Thanks for the plug . . . Kathryn . . . State Cheer Leader ... En route to 
library . . . Well? . . . Poncie, horizontal . . . At Saint Mary's? . . . Mary 
Glen . . . Where's Wil? ... the foursome . . . Pepsodent pair . . . Looking for 
the speaker . . . Ready, aim, fire . . . Jacket, size 42 . . . the breeze and us . . . 
Glamour . . . Snow fun . . . It's winter . . . Prothro smiles . . . Holt-ite . . . Long 
locks. 




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Sealed : Strickland, Myatt, Standing: Norfleet, Conger. 



MARTHA CONGER 

President 

JEAN STRICKLAND 
Vice President 

MARGARET NORFLEET 
Secretary 

ELIZABETH MYATT 

Treasurer 



Juniors 




Awe inspiring confusion of registration day . . . the feeling of 
belonging as the charm of Holt. Smedes, and the Chapel takes 
hold . . . peanut butter and discussions after study hall . . . 
Christmas tingle of snow and strains of carols . . . fervor of 
exam week . . . attacks of spring fever as the campus bursts 
into spring color . . . the excitement of the Junior-Senior . . . the 
breathless realization that graduation means 



a new senior 



class 



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■JUNIORS 



First row: 

Elizabeth Frances Adkerson, Lynchburg, Va. 
Phoebe Ann Arledge, Raleigh 
Serena Ashburn, Norfolk, Va. 
Martha Bellamy Bailey, Henderson 
Lillian Lavan Baltzell, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Second rou : 

Harriott Kinloch Barnwell. Columbia. S. C. 
Betty Virginia Beasley, Lynchburg, Va. 
Holly DuBose Beck, Sumter, S. C. 
Frances Yarborough Bickett, Raleigh 
Katherine Shannon Blake, Raleigh 



Third row: 

Elizabeth Ann Blundon. Charleston, W. Va. 
Jeannette Evans Boaz, Winston-Salem 
Virginia Hamilton Bonnet, Swarthmore, Pa. 
Jane Randolph Bowler. Richmond, Va. 
Helen Wuliger Boyle, Charlotte 

Bottom row: 

Lucy Plummer Brewer. Oxford 
Charlotte Hammond Buchanan, Columbia, S. C. 
Margaret Stuart Caldwell, Concord 
Elizabeth Lysander Childs, Columbia. S. C. 
Katherine Saunders Clark, Lynchburg. Va. 





First row : 

Martha Leah Conger. Edenton 
Doris M\e Connelly, Raleigh 
Ida Katherine Constable. Charlotte 
Betty Anne Cooper. Greensboro 
Virginia Moss Corpeninc. Newton 

Second row: 

Sarah Elizabeth Covington, Bennettsville, S. 
Margaret Elizabeth Cummincs, Raleigh 
Elizabeth Bissette Dempsey. Wilson 
Lenora Young Dempsey. Jacksonville, Ala. 
Jane Miller Dickey, Oxford. Pa. 



Third row: 

Hope Lord Duke, Portsmouth, Va. 
Mary Anna Dunbar. Laurinburg 
Nancy Bascom Ford. Washington 
Lucy Watts French, Rockingham 
Jean Miller Gatlin, Stonewall 

Bottom row : 

Betty Cameron Goodwyn. Henderson 
Sylvia Elizabeth Green. Williamston 
Joan Diehm Hassler, Thomasville 
Alice Neyle Henderson, Walterboro, S. C. 
Constance Kennison Herbert. Wilmington 



JUNIORS- 



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■JUNIORS 



First row: 

Sarah Martha Hinki.e. Winston-Salem 
Fannie Mae Hudson. Shelby 
Sarah Margaret Hudson. Winston-Salem 
Mary Craig Hunter, Vienna, Va. 
Anne Alves Huske. Favetteville 



Third row: 

Betsy-Tom Lawrence, Raleigh 
Dorothy Leak, Wadesboro 
Caroline Jane Lewis. Charleston. S. C. 
Mary Ahadiah Link. Abbeville, S. C. 
Frances Long. Blanch 



Second row: 

Ann McKay Jennings, Americus, Ga. 
Ann Burney Johnson. Marion. S. C. 
Ann Fripp Jones, Summerville, S. C. 
Ann Fulton Lanier, Danville, Va. 
Violet Virginia LaRlie. Raleigh 



Bottom roic : 

Jane Lowe, Concord 
Lillian Virginia Lumpkin. Americus, 
Mary Jane Mason. Freehold. N. J. 
Elizabeth Travis Myatt. Goldsboro 
Cynthia McCaw. Bristol. R. I. 




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First roir: 

Jante Frances Nance, Raleigh 

Zei ita Newman. Cary 

Margaret Gary Norfleet. Jackson 

Dorothy Gordon Oakey, Hertford 

Nancy Jane O'Keffe. Bluefield. W. \ a. 



Third row: 

Dorothy Lee Redwine. Monroe 
Elizabeth Joan Reese. Fairmont. W. Va. 
Willie Marjorie Riddick. Scotland Neck 
Elizabeth French Roberts. Culpeper. Va. 
Jean Robinson Roberts. Durham 



Second ron : 

Margaret Lee Payne. Hampton. Va. 
Elizabeth Holt Peirson, Raleigh 
Nancy Ross Pendleton. Elizabeth City 
Ida Paulett Pifer. Winchester. Va. 
Barbara Ann Pope. Raleigh 



Botto 



111 row: 



Eugenia Perry Rose. Henderson 
Betty Lou Rowland, Willow Springs 
Alice Elizabeth Siler. Waynesville 
Elizabeth Sprague Silver. Raleigh 
Sara Mell Smith. Birmingham. Ala. 



JUNIORS- 



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■JUNIORS 



First row: 

Mary Nelson Smithwick, Louisburg 
Georgia James Stathacos, Raleigh 
Emily Walton Stevens, Varina 
Jean Strickland. Wilson 
Marcaret Mann Swindell. Washington 



Third row: 

Henrietta Williams Thorp. Rocky Mount 

Rose Ellen Wallace, Chase City, Va. 

Marguerite Way, Wavnesville 

Myra Gladys Welsh. Monroe 

Virginia Leil\ Werlein, Baton Rouge. La. 

Elizabeth Mildred Wetterau. Birmingham. Ala. 



Second row: 

Elizabeth Ellen Taylor. Winston-Salem 
Sarah Jotett Taylor. Winter Haven. Fla. 
Jane Dickerson Thomas. Lynchburg, Va. 
Mary Leah Thorne. F'armville 
Kathryn Damaris Thornton. Palatka, Fla 



Bottom row: 

Ruth Jessamine Whalen, Wilson 
Jacqueline White. Greensboro 
Leah Lassiter Whitley. Smithfield 
Frances Bryan Williams, Lynchburg. Ya. 
\ 1RGINIA Swain Woodley, Creswell 
Martha Best Yorke. Concord 
Pecgy Ann Powell, not photographed, Clinton 




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Business 
Class 



HELEN MARDRE 

President 

LOU ETTA TROGDEN 
Vice President 

mabel Mcdonald 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Typing budgets, notebooks of shorthand, 
and math problems typify the intensive 
schedule that trains these girls for capa- 
ble positions in the business world. 



Left to right: McDonald, Mardie, Trogden. 



SENIORS 




LENORA G. HEPTINSTALL 

Raleigh 

auburn hair, freckles, neatness. 
Rod 

Glee Club 46; Sigma. 



KATHLEEN IRWIN JOHNSON 
Tarboro 

Kate, "carrot top," 60-uords-a- 
minute. fuzzy socks 

Secretary. Student Body 46; Honor 
Council 45, 46: Swimming Club 
45, 46; Belles 45: Bulletin 46; Mu. 



HELEN ROBERSON MARDRE 

Windsor 

"Peon," witty, crowd, Nags 
Head 

President. Business Class 46; Hall 
President 45; Hall Council 46; 
Secretary. Legislative Body 46; 
Woman's Auxiliary 45. 46; Grand- 
daughters' Club 44, 45, 46; Mu. 



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■BUSINESS JUNIORS 




Marguerite Bishop 
Raleigh 

Elizabeth Louise Byrd 
Raleigh 

Mildred Brigcs Chamberlain 1 
Raleigh 

Martha Ann Griffin 
Raleigh 

Golda Dell Gurley 
Raleigh 

Nell Aileen Klyman 

Raleigh 

Mabel Peele McDonald 
Raleigh 

Helen Patricia McKimmon 

Raleigh 

Jenny Park 
Raleigh 

Esther James Stathacos 
Raleigh 

Lou Etta Trogden 
Raleigh 

Betty Wilkie 
Raleigh 



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HELEN EPPES 
President 

GENE HINES 
Vice President 

CAMA CLARKSON 
Secretary 

RUBY LEIGH WILLIAMS 

Treasurer 



Hines, G., darkson, \^ illiams, R. L.. Eppes. 



Sophomores 



The sophomores at Saint Mary's now leave behind them . . . Freshman-Sophomore Valentine Ball . . . 
sunbaths . . . final examinations . . . white commencement dresses. High School days are over, and suddenly 
these graduating seniors find themselves ready for college. 




First row: 

Margaret Elizabeth Abernethy, Raleigh 
Sarah Gatlinc Barbee, Raleigh 
Nancy Kathryn Bassett. Bassett. Va. 
Charlotte Walker Blanton. Kinston 
Martha Virginia Brickhouse, Norfolk. \. 



Second row: 

Anita Nease Buck, Jacksonville Beach. Fla. 
Ma in Jane Casstevens, Greensboro 
Cama Mary Clarkson. Charlotte 
Mary Rose Crisp, Greenville 
Jo Anne Darden, Newsoms, Va. 



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First row: 

Martha Dean, Houston, Texas 
Edith Gary Ellis. Warrantor! 
Helen" Peoples Eppes. Henderson 
Betsy Ann Evans. Enfield 
Elizabeth Anne Eyster. Jasper. Ala. 

Second row: 

Luck Coleman Flanders. Swainsboro, Ga 
Priscilla Alden Ford. Washington 
Lucia Adrianne Green. Orangeburg. S. C. 
Martha Wood Hales. Cleveland. Ohio 
Nancy Lee Hannah. Greenville 



Third row: 

Mary Allen Hazen. Knoxville, Tenn. 
Helen Madison Hier. Knoxville, Tenn. 
Marcaret Gene Hines. Greenwood. S. C. 
Josephine Copeland Hoyt. Washington 
Helen Arestedes Kalevas. Rockingham 

Bottom row: 

Marie Jane Kicer. Raleigh 
Jane Critchton Lewis. Jackson 
Adelaide Boylston Linehan. Raleigh 
Ann Purcell Lucas. Columbus, Ga. 
Margaret Cushing Misenheimer. Concord 



SOPHOMORES 



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First row: 

Jacquelyn Ann Murray. Goldsboro 

Penelope Jane McNaugiiton. Copperhill, Tenn. 

Nancy Norton, Durham 

Mary Newsom Pierce, Greensboro 

Mary Lou Pratt, Sumter. S. C. 

Second row: 

Jerry Ann Quinn, Burlington 

Anna Lee Smith. Raleigh 

Virginia Custer Smith, Raleigh 

Kathleen Cecile Smither. Greenwood. S. C. 

Lila Saunders Spilman, Statesville 



Third roil : 

Barbara Stouchton, Raleigh 

Peggy Jane Swinson, Wilson 

Carolyn Joyce Tomlin. States\ille 

Logan Collier Vaught. Winston-Salem 

Sara Frances Waddell. South Boston. Va. 

Bottom rim : 

Marilyn Whetstone. Upper Nvaek. N. Y. 
Pocahontas Lipscomb Whitaker. Kinston 
Lenoir Mercer Williams. Faison 
Molly Ann Williams, Rocky Mount 
Ruby Leigh Williams. Roanoke Rapids 
Jane Winston. Raleigh 



Not photographed : 

Mary Anne Strauss. Washington. D. C. 
Betty Lee Lokey, Raleigh 



SOPHOMORES 



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Wilson, Collett, Wicker. Alston. 

First ron : 

Edith Fawcett Allison, Statesville 
Myrtle White Alston. Henderson 
Margaret Elizabeth Anderson, Cheraw, S. C. 
Betsy Anne Barbour. Fuquav Springs 
Elizabeth Carter. Pinehurst 

Second rou : 

Elizabeth Howard Clarke. Manning. S. C. 
Ann Mitchell Coley. Raleigh 



Freshmen 



ANN WICKER 
President 

MYRTLE ALSTON 

I' ice President 



FRANCES COLLETT 
Secretary 

MARTHA WILSON 

Treasurer 



A real part of Saint Marys, the sophomores and 
juniors in high school have, while making scholastic 
preparations for college, learned the whys and 
wherefores of college self-government. 



Frances Rountree Collett. Morganton 
Barbara Iris Corpening. Granite Falls 

Virginia Cullen, Tarboro 

Third roiv: 

Nancy Burum Cumming, Augusta, Ga. 
Barbara Current, Statesville 
Josephine Rymer Cusick, Raleigh 
Betty Glass Debnam, Raleigh 
Etta Craig Dick. Charlotte 





First row: 

Sarah Crane Dickey, Oxford. Pa. 
Nancy Lee Duckett, Raleigh 
Shirley Lou Frew. Raleigh 
Noel Lillian Gibbs. Engelhard 
Glenn Abbott Harden. Raleigh 

Second row: 

Anne Dewey Heartt. Raleigh 
Myra Edna Jarosz. Graham 
Clara Justice, Marion 
Mary Elizabeth Kittrell. Pinetops 
Katiierine Templeton Mosei.ey. Kinston 
Third roil : 

Nancy Ai bright McEachern. Raleigh 
Iris Holt McEwen, Burlington 
Barbara Ellen McLaughlin. Orlando. Fla. 

Jean McCauley, 



Frances Ann Nowell, Ahoskie 
Martha Ann Olsen. Raleigh 

Fourth row: 

Joanne McKenzie Quinn. Sarasota. Fla. 

Diana Dolores Small. Raleigh 

Emily Sue Stowers. Bluefield. W. Va. 

Susan Evans Taylor. Morganton 

Florence Edythe Thompson. Atlantic Beach. Fla. 

Fifth row: 

Eleanor Blackwei.l Tucker. Raleigh 

Mary Jane Via. Portsmouth. Va. 

Emily Harrison Weathers, Orlando. Ha. 

Carrie-Sue West. Arlington. Va. 

Ann Pender Wicker, Tarboro 

Martha Stuart Wilson. Louisville. Ky. 

not photographed, Washington. D. C. 



FRESHMEN 



PREPS 




First row: Margaret Chappell Almand. Rocky Mount; Mary Blair Bowers. Jackson; Mary Elizabeth Bowles. Statesville; Caroline 
Complon Camp, Franklin, Va.; Ruth DuVall Clark, Tarboro; Nancy Sue Cleve, Vanceboro. Second row: Josephine Brown Cooper, 
West Hartford, Conn.; Sarah Lou Davis, Morganton; Jean Dickerson. Lakeland, Fla. ; Emily Margaret Fisher, Raleigh; Nancy 
Ann Hamel, Greensboro: Lizzie Hobgood Hancock. Oxford. Third row: Nancy Jerome Holt. Erwin; Gforganna Hundley, Thomas- 
ville; Joanne Roberts, Raleigh; Berla Allen Russ, Raleigh; Barbara Mary Schumacher. Robbins; Martha Emerson Upchurch, 
Raleigh; Eleanor Jennings Harris Willetts, Wilmington. Not photographed: Pat Johnson, Tarboro; Jane McSpadden, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Lynette Madden, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 



ART DEPARTMENT: Flora Margaret Allred. Frances Yarborouch Bickett, Jane Heinkinc 
Campbell, Sarah Darney Little, Dorothy Gordon Oakey. Sue Murphree Thomas, Mary Ellen Wellons, 
Mary Spotswood Baskervill, Carolyn Wayne DesChamps. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. Certificate in Stenography: Marguerite Bishop. Elizabeth Louise 
Byrd, Mildred Briggs Chamberlain, Helen Roberson Mardre. Mabel Peele McDonald, Nell Aileen Kly- 
man, Virginia Park. Lou Etta Trogdon. Secretarial Certificates I Full Certificates ) : Kathleen Irwin John- 
son. Lenora Gordon Heptinstall. 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Certificate in Piano: Mary GoODSON BlLLINGS. Certificate in Voice: KatherINE 
Waddell Royall, Leah Lassiter Whitley. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Mary Lou Abdalla, Marguerite Blanks, William T. 
Brinson. Mrs. William E. Carraway, Barbara Orr 
Daniel, Betty Orr Daniel. Nancy Hobbs, Mary 
Louise Jeffreys, Margaret Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. 
Armon Lord. Catherine Elizabeth McClamroch. 



Marcia McMilun, Cicero D. McIntyre. Mary Allen- 
Nicholson, M a r y Elizabeth Pilley. William 
Weatherly Pinner, Nancy Rose Poe, Nancy Root. 
Mrs. E. C. Shearon. Margaret Elizabeth Trotter. 



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COUNTRY CLUB LIFE 



Buddies . . . Posture Queen . . . Pipe Dreams . . . Five from ihe Rock . . . 
Furs and Femmes . . . See no evil . . . Profile . . . New angle? . . . Pre- 
concert-ers . . . winter and . . . spring tra la . . . dog trouble . . . Berta 
Allen . . . snowballing . . . Third Smedes . . . Holt havoc . . . where there's 
life there's Hope . . . black magic. 





Wf^W 





"LEd. Note: Caption b) C. A. P. Moore.] 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




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Man - Pinckney, editor. Bulletin; Jane Campbell, editor. Stage 
Coach; C. A. P. Moore, adviser; Sally Ann Elliott, editor. Belles. 



PUBLI 



Always interested in the Belles, the Bulletin, and the 
Stage Coach, Mr. Moore, in addition to his untiring 
advice, gives the final OK on all school publications. 

A constant source of astonishment to those ( if 
there be any I who do not know Sally Ann, is the 
amount of efficiency behind that deceiving gaiety. 
Energy and organization are the secrets of her abilitv 
to make the task of editing a bi-monthly newspaper run 
as smoothly as clock work. 



The Bulletin always appears as a surprise package since its production is almost wholly in the hands of one 
person, its capable editor. Mary Pincknev. Her keen sense of value in selecting student contributions and her taste 
in compiling and editing have made the Bulletin this year a rcord of the best in creative writing ability at Saint Mary's. 

With enthusiasm and tact, Jane has surmounted the problems of turning out an annual. Undaunted by rain on 
photographing davs, or endless reams of copv on almost every clay, her efficiency and constant hard work have created 
the 1946 Stage Coach. 



The surroundings. Spot's 
gay walls — the time, every 
Monday night 7:00 — the 
staff, in action. Assign- 
ments and advice are dealt 
out. Saint Sallies, edi- 
torials. Calendar of Events, 
and the latest concert to be 
covered are on their way 
to meet the Friday 9:00 
deadline. 




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CATIONS 



Checking copy, snapshots by the dozen, 
scheduling annua! pictures, using Webster's 
faithfully, and compiling columns, con- 
scientiously performed by the staff editors 
and adviser, are the details which make the 
publications click. 





"Will the gills who deliver the Belles 
please meet in the Staff Room Friday 
afternoon?" This is Emma Katie s bi- 
monthly announcement, which means 
that students and faculty receive their 
Belles on time. 



Ads from t li e Stage 
Coach's faithful patrons 
are collected by the busi- 
ness staff. Fabian Wads- 
worth and Mr, Moore 
engineer the proceedings. 




The Order of the Circle 



Guion. president 


C; 


impbell. sec 


•relary 


Hines, L 


Baskervill 




DesChamps 


l'inckney 


Chappell 




Elliott 




Roberts, J. 


Clinard 




Fulton 




Royall 


Conger 




Lee 




Slater 


Dawson 




Little 
Myatt 




Swindell 



Midnight, white hoods, torch light . . . public initiation of the Circle, honorary 
organization at Saint Mary's. Members chosen for their high ideals of service, 
leadership, scholarship, and citizenship carry out its purpose of promoting 
a spirit of unity and cooperation. 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES 



SIGMA LAMBDA 

The Sigma Lambda's of 1945-46 have 
conducted their literary investigations over 
a broad field ranging from southern and 
modern poetry and current theater to 
Wilde. Shaw. Tolstoy, and Dostoievsky. 
The genuine interest of each member has 
made their wanderings through varied 
tvpes of writing both entertaining and in- 
structive. 




Seated on floor: Billings, Rose. Seated: Silver. 
President; Vaught, Swindell. Standing: Camp- 
bell, Elliott. Not photographed: Little. 





E.A.P. 



4 he E.A.P.'s have specialized in Russian 
literature this year, endeavoring through 
these writings to better understand the 
nation, its people and customs. They are 
also to be congratulated on winning last 
year's cup for the most outstanding literary 
contributions. 




Seated: Sledge. Wadsworth, President; Hoffman. 
Dawson. Standing: Gumming, Gurley, French, 
Not photographed: Pinckney, Welsh. 




YWCA COUNCIL 

The YWCA was born of a need for a 
service group of non-Episcopalian girls. Di- 
ricled by Mildred Chappell and the council, 
members of the "Y" have both tangibly and 
intangibly promoted school spirit. 



Watkins, Thomas, Chappell, Hassler, Gray. 



WOMAN'S 

AUXILIARY 

COUNCIL 

The Christmas party, the 
Bazaar, and the Thanksgiving 
Baskets symbolize the 
Woman's Auxiliary. Episco- 
pal girls under the guidance 
of Mrs. Hughes and 
{Catherine Royall help in 
church activities and sponsor 
drives for t h e Thompson 
Orphanage. 




Left to right: Lewis, J. C, Lee, Martin, Miss Graham, McCaw, Little, Conger, Royall, 



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GLEE CLUB 



Activity keynotes the 
Club this year. Under 
the able direction of 
Miss Gate, these girls 
have presented pro- 
grams for the Woman's 
Club in Raleigh, at 
Fort Bragg, over 
WPTF and at State Col- 
lege. Saint Mary's 
students will remember 
their delightful Christ- 
mas concert and their 
presentation of the 
Stabal Maler in the 
chapel. 




GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB 




Carrying on for their mothers and grandmothers before them. Saint Mary's girls have joined together, with the 
aid of Miss Hopkins, to solicit funds for the Centennial Drive and to sponsor the sale of Address Books at Christmas. 



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DOCTORS' 
DAUGHTERS 



This year the twenty doctors' 
daughters at Saint Mary's under the 
direction of Mrs. Naylor, have raised 
money for Thanksgiving baskets and 
held a banquet for their fathers in 
the spring. 



POLITICAL 
SCIENCE CLUB 



Students of history, economics, 
sociology, and government meet once 
a month with Mr. Guess to discuss 
current affairs. Guest speakers incite 
interest in today's problems and 
awaken the members to their future 
responsibilities as world citizens. 



LE CERCLE 
FRANCAIS 



Madame Smith and the French stu- 
dents organized this year's Le Cercle 
Francais in order to become familiar 
with French culture and to learn to 
speak the language more fluently. 





CHOIR 



'We build our school on Thee. 
Oh Lord" 



W ^r ' ■ •■MHy r ' 



ALTAR GUILD 



Small in numher, quiet and faithful in service, 
members of the Altar Guild learn the mysteries of 
altar hangings and church decorations. Guided by 
Miss Bason, these girls prepare the chapel for services. 





SEXTETTE 

These six have delighted many 
an audience with their rhythmic 
renditions which Miss Cate has 
carefully supervised. 



Martin. Vt totlsv Stn: Island, R:-. all. Irotter. Evster. 




DRAMATIC CLUB 

Moliere's Imaginary Invalid and Shakespeare's Taming o/ the Shrew remind faculty and students of delightful 
entertainment. These productions have provided members of the Dramatic club with valuable experience in acting, 
make up. properties, and lighting. Both performances were capably and conscientiously directed by Miss Davis and 
Sarah Buchanan. 

ORCHESIS 

Creative dancing rates as a favorite pastime with the members of Orchesis. Chosen for interest and ability in dance 
technique, these girls have a chance to develop their talent in their weekly meeings. A trip to Durham in April to 
witness the famous dancing of Charles Weidman and to receive instruction from him highlighted this season's program. 




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ATHLETICS 




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Standing : 

Andrews 

Everett 

Miss Graham 

Seated; 

Smith, V. 
Mrs. Guess 
Royall 
DeBerrv 



THE ATHLETIC 
COUNCIL 



The Athletic Council instigates and conducts the physical education program at 
Saint Marys. This year's members are Mrs. Guess. Miss Graham. Katherine Royall 
and Nina Mae DeBerrv. Sigma president and vice president; Sue Everett and Betty 
Smith. Mu president and vice president; and Virginia Smith. Letter Club president. 



THE LETTER CLUB 

n 



Honorary athletic societv at Saint Mary's is the Letter Club. A girl 
may earn membership in this club my making All-Star in two major 
sports. These leaders in the athletic program direct Posture Week 
and plan the athletic banquet at the end of the year. 



Back row: 

Parker 
Royall 

Miss Graham 
Gurley 

Second row : 

DesChamps 
Chappeil 
Smith, V. 
Mrs. Guess 

Front row: 

Wei Inns 
Dawson 
Fulton 
Martin 




(,() 







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Seated: Moulton, Smith, V., Dickey, J., Williams, R. L., Cooper, B. A., DeBerry, Dawson. Standing: Pratt, Strickland, Barnes, 
Barnwell. 



HOCKEY 



The blue-clad and shin-guarded hockey teams battling it out down on the hockey field is a familiar winter sight. The 
Sigma-Mu competition culminated in victory for the Mil's, while the outstanding players. Pratt, Williams, R. L., Des- 
Champs, Moulton. Bowler. Dawson, Smith, V., Smith, B., Cooper. B. A., Barnwell, were chosen for the All-Star team, 
with Jean Strickland as manager. 




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Left to right: 

L.aRue 
Williams, F. 
Alston 
Rose 
Smith. B. 





•MR w* 



W- -#._^(^ 1 ' 



McCaw 
Slater 
Anderson 
Murray 
Hudson, M. 



CHEER LEADERS 



Leading the Sigma cheering section were Anderson ( chief I . McCaw, Slater. Hudson. M., and Murray. And for 
the Mu's were Alston (chief). Rose, Williams. F.. Smith. B. and LaRue. 





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Badminton 




Basketball 

Basketball enthusiasts met twice a week for practice. The Sigma's won the tournament, while at the season's end 
Pope, Myatt, Pratt, Yorke, Childs, Martin, DeBerry, Lee, and Smither were all-stars. 




Seated: Dawson, Gurley, Swindell, Green, S., Barnes, DeBerry. Standing: Martin, Lee, Wilson, M., Yorke, Myatt, Woodley. 



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Swimming 




LIFE SAVING AWARDS WON: Junior Life Saving: Josephine Cooper. Senior Life Saving: Henrietta Thorp, Betsy Tom Lawrence, 
Sallie Lee, Fabian Wadsworth, Jeanette Boaz, Virginia Werlein, Jean Strickland, Betty Beasley, Jane Thomas. Sarah Covington, Burney 
Johnson, Margaret Lee Payne, Harriott Barnwell. 

Tennis 

Fair spring and fall weather are sure signs that the tennis courts are in use. Popularity as a pastime and regularity 
in instruction have placed this sport in the lead of athletic favorites. 




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FEATURES 




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Left to right : Hancock, Boyce, Martin, Lee, James, Chief ; Clinard. 



Marshals 

Whether in the colorful flash of daytime regalia or the snowy swish of concert formals, the six 
marshals lead us with dignity, poise, and graciousness. 




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Dance Marshals 



The attractiveness and charm of these girls often blinds us to the amount 
of hard work which they pour into their job. They deserve a vote of thanks 
for the smooth running success of all the school dances. 




Seated: Cooper, Linehan. Tomlin, Leak. Standing: Barnes, Goodwyn, Clinard, Slater, Chief; Clarkson, Hines, Green, Dempsey, 
Adkerson, Hoffmann. 



Monogram Girls 

The faculty selected the six following girls as best personifying the true Saint Mary's girl 
loyalty, integrity, and high devotion to the school and her interests. 



. for her 



Sarah Belle Buchanan 
Jane Heinking Campbell 



Sally Ann Elliott 

Nancy Kathryn Fulton 



Emma Katie Guion 

Kathrine Waddell Rovall 



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OUTSTANDING 



Each year the student body selects 
eight girls for their outstanding leader- 
ship, school spirit, and achievements 
in their years at Saint Mary's. 



CAROLYN WAYNE DESCHAMPS 



MARY HELEN JAMES 





SALLY ANN ELLIOTT 



JANE HEINKING CAMPBELL 



GIRLS 



These are the girls who in the eyes 
of the students have measured up to 
these standards and thus deserve top 
honors in recognition of their ac- 
complishment. 




KATHERINE WADDELL ROYALL 



*■- -. - 



MILDRED KEEN CHAPPELL 




FLORENCE LATHAM DAWSON 



NANCY KAIHRYN FULTON 



DANCES 




Seniors, Freshman and Sophomores — Christmas, Valentine. 



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Special Occasions 




China came to us . . . Three Blind Mice . . . Bond Drive Beauties . . . E.A.P.'s Venus . . . that any incinerator 
worm.'' . . . The Dionnes . . . Hallowe'en hooey . . . atoms and personality . . . drape-shaped Cupid . . . cosmopolitans 
the Saints float. 



. where's the 
. . co-ed . . . 



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Potpourri 




Labeled . . . Iris inside . . . Peggy ... or would you rather be a mule? . . . peeking through the portice . . . Howdy! . . . Hassler 
and Jo a la Moliere . . . style . . . comfortable? . . . Wicker . . . town bound . . . Pris, Helen, happy . . . trio for town too . . . donuts 
and earmuffs . . . she-Tarzans . . . with the crocus. 



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COMMENCEMENT 



1945 




Ann and M< 
. . . Sunday, 



jguerite 

5:30 . . 



. . . Assarted Shakespearians 
Broadfoot and Verdrey beam . 



. the Intelligentsia . . . the lull before the song . . . our president . . . J'ai fini 
and they lived happily ever after . . . Commencement clergy. 



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COMMENCEMENT 



1945 




Senior Class, official photo . . . Sophomore Class, ditto . . . spectators, ibid. 



Dr. Graham. Bishop Penick . . . 
Students ad finitum . . . faculty, 
passim. 



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SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs Ernest Cruikshank, AM, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High school graduates are offered two years of standard college work. 
The curriculum also includes 10th, 1 1th, and 12th grades of high school 
work. All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 



Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool -- Horseback Riding — Golf 

RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS 



Write E. F. Stoughton, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



For Quality and Style 
Footwear 



Visit 




Always Courteous Service 



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Raleigh, North Carolina 

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Commencement Invitations 

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* 

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Incorporated 

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220 Fayetteville Street 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



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Ask the Girls Who Ride 



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Presents 

the Latest in College Clothes 

for Saint Mary's Girls 

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TAYL 



""The Showplace of the Carolinas" 

YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 



PERFECT PROTECTION 

Pays from the first day! 



OCCIDENTAL 

LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY 

HOME OFFICE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments 

of a 

WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET 



BROGDEN 

PRODUCE 

COMPANY 



WHOLESALE FRUITS 
PRODUCE 



Dining Room Supplies 



BOYLAN-PEARCE 


BRANTLEY'S DRUG STORE 

For the BEST 


Inc. 

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SODAS - ICE CREAM 
COSMETICS 


Drop in 


"Raleigh's 
Shopping Center" 


The Place to Meet Your Friends 


135 Fayetteville Street 




or Telephone 8834 


We Prepare Orders for 




Homes and Parties 




Air Conditioned Phone 9224 

CANTON CAFE 

We Specialize in 


Compliments of 

BELL BAKERIES 


CHINESE and 




AMERICAN FOOD 




408 Hillsboro Street Raleigh, N. C. 






GLENWOOD SHOE SHOP 


B Y N U M 


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PRINTING 


309 Glenwood Avenue 


COMPANY 


DIAL 7248 




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BETTER PRINTING 


C. M. EUBANKS, Proprietor 


PINE STATE DAIRY 




PRODUCTS 


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PHONE 6417 


PINE STATE 


RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


CREAMERY 




Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C. 



A KILOWATT HOUR? 



That's Easy! 



A kilowatt hour is really not difficult 
to understand Electricity is measured in 
units of pressure (volts) and in units of 
current flow (amperes). Multiply these 
two together and you have a unit of 
power, the watt. The watt is a relatively 
small unit and it is customary to use 
1000 watts, or a kilowatt as a practical 
base of measurement of electricity. A 
KILOWATT HOUR represents the use of 
one kilowatt (1000 watts) for one hour. 
If represents energy eguivalent to one 
and one third horsepower. It is the unit 
of measurement used in your electric 
bill, and the residential customers of the 
Carolina Power and Light Company pay 
an average of two and seven-tenths 
cents for each kiiowatt hour of electricity 
used. 




CAROLINA 

POWER & LIGHT 

COMPANY 

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JAMES E. THIEM 

RECORDS and SHEET MUSIC 
'"House of Quality" 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES Albums - Memory Books 

Loose Leaf Books 
Stationery 



Fountain Pens 

Sheaffer - Parker 
Eversharp - Waterman 



108 Fayetteville Street 

Phone 2-2913 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Job P. Wyatt & Sons Company 

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HARDWARE and SEEDS 

BULBS, PLANTS 

and 

GARDEN SUPPLIES 

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325-327 S. Wilmington Street Raleigh, N. C. 



THE HOTEL 

that is known as headquarters for 

Saint Mary's Visitors 

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The . . . 
HOTEL SIR WALTER 

"Ken" Phillips, Manager 



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THE STORE AHEAD 
With 
FASHIONS AHEAD 



1 12 Fayetteville Street 



Raleigh 



We Appreciate . . . 

your patronage of the past season and sincerely 
trust our efforts to offer you the best in enter- 
tainment have been successful. 

AMBASSADOR CAPITOL 

PALACE VARSITY 

STATE 

Operated by North Carolina Theatres, Inc. 



YELLOW 7 CAB CO. 




DIAL 




QUICK AND CAREFUL SERVICE 



RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



HOTEL 
CAROLINA 

The Nearest to Saint Mary's 

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PHONE 8811 




Raleigh's Smartest Shop 



126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires to the Distinction 
of Being Smartly Gowned at All Times. 



FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers : Corsages 
Graduation Bouquets Decorations 

Phone 8347 

J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

'We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 



LANCE INC 



TOASTCHEE 



EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE 



208 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



CAPITAL ICE b COAL 
COMPANY, Inc. 

PHONE 5589 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



WE SUPPLY THE ICE FOR YOUR 

REFRIGERATORS AND THE FUEL FOR 

YOUR HEATING PLANT 



We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 




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EASTERN CAROLINA'S LARGEST" 




We appreciate your patronage during 

the school year just ending and look forward 

to serving you again during the coming year. 



Courtesy of 


DIAMONDS WATCHES 




folip'g 


Your Store for 
Spaldings 


"SINCE 1881" 


Saddles and Loafers 




129 Fayetteville Street 


JEWELRY SILVERWARE 


Swim Suits Riding Togs 


J. G. BALL CO. 


by in Style 


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JANTZEN at 






2 West Hargett Street 



WHOLESALE 
GROCERS 



PHONE 2-0341 

320 West Davie Street 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



MELVIN PHARMACY 



1217 Hillsboro Street 



PHONE 5834 



C oinplet e Dr u y Store Service 



EDWARDS DRUG CO. 



■The Little Store' 



SINCE 1923 



Hillsboro and Glenwood 



SMART LADY 



Smartly dressed— she has the right 
clothes for all occasions. And the 
right glasses — streamlined spec- 
tacles for daytime, an oxford for 
more formal moments, and sun- 
glasses ground to her prescription. 

She's smart. She knows that good 
vision gives her poise, adds to her 
charm. She knows that glasses are 
the most important accessory a 
woman wears and should be not 
only flattering to her face but also 
harmonious with her costume. 




Ridgeiuays 



Opticians 



ALDREDGE & CO. 

Incorporated 

Wholesale Grocers 

DEL MONTE FOODS 

310-314 South Harrington Street 

TELEPHONE 7549 

DUNN and RALEIGH, N. C. 



It's the Reul Thing 



DRINK 




You Trust Its Quulity 



EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 

Established 1871 

PRINTERS : ENGRAVERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 



Complete Office Supplies and Furniture 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



AUTOGRAPHS 



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